QQ, mochi-mochi and the pleasure of texture in food

Hawaiian Butter Mochi Cake is not as dense as kueh bingka ubi, nor is it as airy as kueh ambon, with its honeycomb interior.
Hawaiian Butter Mochi Cake is not as dense as kueh bingka ubi, nor is it as airy as kueh ambon, with its honeycomb interior. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

SINGAPORE - Taste and aroma might seem paramount in judging how good a dish is, but I would argue that texture is just as important.

Deflated potato chips spark no joy, but a QQ handmade fishball gives waves of it.

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